June 21, 2022

Erica Ellis and Aishe Memetova join the NWCPHP team.

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Erica Ellis and Aishe Memetova

New NWCPHP staff Erica Ellis and Aishe Memetova.

June 6, 2022

The June session of Hot Topics in Practice will share lessons learned from the heat dome and climate change by the Multnomah County Health Department in Portland, Oregon.

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NASA image of the June 2021 heat dome event
May 17, 2022

NWCPHP launched a new training for emergency and crisis line operators.

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May 11, 2022

Public health managers faced increasingly challenging situations during the COVID-19 pandemic that required negotiation and conflict resolution skills as they worked to improve the wellbeing of their communities.

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May 4, 2022

The May session of Hot Topics in Practice will share resources from the Public Health Accreditation Board about how public health organizations can modernize and transform their practices.

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Five people join hands to celebrate teamwork
April 19, 2022

NWCPHP offers resources to help public health professionals address current and emerging challenges.

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April 7, 2022

The next session of Hot Topics in Practice will address decolonizing data to address the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirited people (MMIWG2S).

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Mural showing five figures standing in front of a map of Alaska

Original artwork by Devin Newman, Unangax/Deg Hit'an

March 31, 2022

Four new faculty join the Leadership Institute team.

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Photo montage depicting Kathy Lofy, Antoinette Angulo, Yolanda Fong, and Jennifer Jones-Vanderleest
March 3, 2022

The next session of Hot Topics in Practice will share how Oregon has taken a health-based approach to drug addiction and recovery.

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Man participating in a group therapy session
February 24, 2022

Nick Pinkham is the new continuing instructional technologist for the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice.

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Photo of Nick Pinkham